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25 April, 2018
Protesters led by Nikol Pashinyan have blocked the traffic on Melik-Adamyan Street, where police forces are concentrated in front of the Central Office of the Republican Party of Armenia.
14 September, 2017
A Yerevan court today partially sustained a motion by defense attorneys in the Sasna Dzrer trial allowing eight of the eighteen defendants to be visited by close relatives and to speak by telephone.
28 August, 2017
Two policemen, prosecution eyewitnesses in the trial of Harutyun Torosyan, Hrayr Isakhanyan, Andranik Kyeosyan and Edward Zeytunyan, charged with public disorder during clashes with police on July 19,2016, in the Sari Tagh neighborhood of Yerevan, testified today in court that they can’t identify any of the defendants.
25 August, 2017
At today’s session in the ongoing trial of Karen Vanoyan and Sargis Arabajyan, charged with assaulting police officers on July 19, 2016, during a public gathering in support of the seizure of a Yerevan police building by the Sasna Dzrer group, the defendants’ attorney claimed a police prosecution witness was never present at the scene.
31 July, 2017
Today’s trial of Sargis Arabajyan and Karen Vanoyan, charged with public disorder in clashes with police on July 19, 2016 in the Sari Tagh neighborhood of Yerevan, was again postponed as Vanoyan’s lawyer Gasparyan didn't show up.
14 July, 2017
A Yerevan appeals court today rejected an appeal by Garo Yegnukian to have his case detached from the trial of fourteen members of the Sasna Dzrer group who seized a police building in the Armenian capital in July 2016 and taking hostages.
27 June, 2017
The lawyer of two men, who’ve been jailed for eleven months as their trial for “using violence” against police officers on July 19, 2016, told Hetq that none of the officers were able to identify his clients as the people who allegedly threw stones at them.
6 June, 2017
The lawyer for Ararat Khandoyan, charged with striking an officer of the law on July 20, 2016 during a clash between protesters and police in Yerevan’s Sari Tagh neighborhood, has petitioned the Court of Appeals to overturn a lower court’s ruling that his client should continue to be held in pre-trial detention.
12 May, 2017
After graduating this year from the State University of Economics in Yerevan, Tigran moved to Vahan, a village in the country’s Gegharkounik Province and began to teach mathematics at the local high school ad part of the “Teach Armenia” program.
2 April, 2017
Siranoush Manoucharyan, an election proxy for the Congress-HZhK alliance at Yerevan’s 9/07 polling precinct, has told Hetq that she has seen individuals registered in Vanadzor, Gyumri and the provinces of Gegharkounik and Armavir voting at her precinct.
2 February, 2017
A Yerevan court today sentenced three individuals to three years’ imprisonment for using violence against police on July 20, 2016 during a public protest in the Sari Tagh neighborhood of the Armenian capital.
16 January, 2017
At the time, Safaryan’s lawyer told Human Rights Watch that the event organizers had notified the Yerevan city authorities in advance about their plans to hold a New Year’s celebration on Freedom Square.
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